6,8 kilo

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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does anybody have a cyclo-crossbike that reaches 6,8 kilo ?
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in 4 weeks i want to have 6,8 or 6,9 kilo
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hi elmar,
why do we see your bike here and not in the german forum? well, it might be light, but it does not realy look very sexy :wink:

maybe you can work on it a bit.

by the way - great result in Frankfurt

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SORRY MÜSING
YOU ARE RIGHT

BUT HERE ARE THE FEAL WEIGHT WEENIES:::::::::::::
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THANK YOU MÜSING
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A friend og me from Luxembourg ride the last sunday in a race in Luxembourg with an modified Ridley X-Night with 6,8kg.........
Frame was an Ridley X-Night with wheels from TUNE,tires Dugast Typhoon,groupset shimano dura-ace 10-speed with mono-chainring and carbon- chaiguards from Spooky,brakes Spooky-carbon,THe rest of the with pieces from Bontrager.......
I would't believe it,but this bike was realy 6,8kg..

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Nice - it really takes an effort to build a crossbike around 6,8 kg!!

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Here is a better picture of Elmar's bike
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i like that principia in the back, anyone know how much those cost?

Also, if that a Kouta fork?

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520 Dan wrote:i like that principia in the back, anyone know how much those cost?

Also, is that a Kouta fork?




Yes, Frishknecht also has these on his TT-bike:

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C a s r a n wrote:Yes, Frishknecht also has these on his TT-bike


TT-bike? :shock: :D

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the principia is my old bike
very stiff frame
very good coating
looks afeter 3 sesons of cyclo-cross still good
weight is 1570 gamms in 58 cm
fork is kuopta, 230mm ,523 gramms , €140,- in germany
the carbonframe is as stiff as the principia
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elmar, how much did the frame cost and where can they be found?

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Mads Kock wrote:
C a s r a n wrote:Yes, Frishknecht also has these on his TT-bike


TT-bike? :shock: :D



:lol: What was I thinking?! :noidea: :doh:
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C a s r a n wrote:What was I thinking?!


Maybe a new olympic discipline - Cross-TT! Could actually be pretty cool!!! :-)

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